Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers (President Obama’s New Law):

March 4, 2013: Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers (President Obama’s New Law): Immigrant visa applicants, specifically the spouses, children and parents of U.S. citizens can benefit from the new law from President Obama’s White House. The provisional unlawful presence waiver process allows individuals, who only need a waiver of inadmissibility for unlawful presence, to apply for a waiver in the United …

The 52-4 District Court

The 52-4 District Court is the local District Court for the City of Troy and the City of Clawson. The Court handles all civil disputes up to $25,000.00 in controversy and all traffic matters and misdemeanors as well as preliminary exams on all felonies. The Troy District Court has two judges: Judge William E. Bolle and Judge Kristen Nielsen-Hartig. Judge …

Retail Fraud Conviction and Immigration Status

Retail fraud is considered a crime involving moral turpitude by Immigration law. There are three ways that a conviction for Retail Fraud may adversely impact your immigration status: 1. You may be deportable under the INA. 2. you could be inadmissible if you were to leave the country at any point and try to return from the trip abroad. 3. …

Michigan Attorney General Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Overturn Affirmative Action

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette asked the Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that threw out Michigan’s ban on the use of affirmative action. Mr. Schuette argues that the decision by the Court of Appeals disenfranchised voters in “their choice to eliminate considerations of race in education”. U-M has a long history with issues at the center of the case. …

Ban On Affirmative Action In University Admissions Declared Unconstitutional

LANSING, MICHIGAN The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals declared unconstitutional the ban on affirmative action in university admissions approved by Michigan voters several years ago. The decision was entered today. The majority opinion held that the state ban on affirmative action violated the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution. The Court reasond that the state ban made it …

Vote For Representatives

This Tuesday, November 6, 2012 we will have the chance to vote for many of our representatives in national, state and local elections. Here in Michigan we will be voting on six ballot proposals which are of tremendous importance to the well being of the state. Below you may find the language for these proposals as well as a brief …

We Have Moved!

We have moved!!! We have been expanding. The Law Offices of Renis Nushaj have moved. We are now on the 3rd floor of our building. Our address has changed. It is: 1985 West Big Beaver Road Suite 320 Troy, Michigan 48084 Come visit our new office soon.

$755,000 Awarded to a Grand Rapids Woman Who Developed Flesh-Eating Bacteria

GRAND RAPIDS – April 29, 2012 A jury has awarded $755,000 to a Grand Rapids woman who developed flesh-eating bacteria. More than three years ago, Kelly Robinson walked into the Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital emergency room, seeking treatment for a sore throat. The Grand Rapids woman’s sore throat eventually progressed into flesh-eating bacteria that spread to the tissue in her …

Coin Sold for Over 1 Million

The unusual coin was auctioned off Thursday at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center in suburban Chicago. Officials with Heritage Auctions say Kevin Lipton of Beverly Hills, Calif., bought the penny on behalf of a group of unnamed investors. The winning bid was $1 million, but the investors also must pay the auction house’s 15 percent commission. The coin is made …

Health Care Law

Beginning March 26, the Supreme Court will hold three days of hearings on challenges to the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, the health care reform bill pushed by President Obama and passed by Congress in March 2010 over bitter Republican opposition. It will be one of the most significant cases heard by the court in decades, with implications for …